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Your baby's growth and development - 10 months old

A 10-month-old will be very active. As a parent, you’ll probably be chasing them around as they crawl, and be learning more about their developing personality.

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Seeing a dietitian: parents & kids guide | Raising Children Network

Your child might see a dietitian for advice on eating well for general growth and development or special diets for managing health conditions.

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Department of Health | Folate

Folate is the common name for folic acid and related compounds which together make up one of the B group of vitamins necessary for healthy growth and development.

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Growth Hormone Deficiency - Hormones Australia

Growth hormone deficiency is a rare condition where the pituitary gland does not produce enough growth hormone (GH). Symptoms in adulthood vary in severity.

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Growth charts for babies & children | Raising Children Network

Child growth charts give a guide to how well children are growing. Growth usually follows a typical pattern, which is influenced by genes and environment.

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Infantile Haemangiomas

Infantile haemangiomas are the most common benign growths of infancy and childhood, affecting 2.6¬ to 4% of babies by 6 weeks of age.

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Iodine: how much does your family need? | Raising Children Network

Children need iodine for growth, development and good health. They can get iodine from packaged bread, seafood, eggs, fruit and vegetables, meat and dairy.

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Endocrinologist: parents & kids guide | Raising Children Network

If your child has problems with hormones, growth, diabetes, metabolism or bones, your child might see an endocrinologist. Read more about endocrinologists.

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Newborns development | Raising Children Network

Want to track newborns development? Here's all you need on newborn development with articles, videos and resources on growth, relationships and more.

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Sleep & sleep cycles: babies, kids, teens | Raising Children Network

Sleep is important for health, wellbeing, growth and learning. How much babies, children and teenagers sleep and when they sleep changes as they get older.

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